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Series 1:  Ultimate Guitar Primer 101 Course

The Guitar 101 course has been design for those very new to guitar. Not got a clue where to start? There are a few things you need to know before you start playing. This course is it! Everything the complete beginner needs before learning to play.

 

The guitar 101 complete beginner course has been designed to aid you master the skills you need before you start playing your guitar and can be applied to acoustic and electric guitarists. Get rid of any bad habits before they start to come in, learn how to sit and stand with your guitar, read tab and chord diagrams, tune your guitar properly and learn the parts of the guitar. When your ready take the Rex Pearson Guitar Exam at the end of the course to prove to yourself you’re ready for the next stage

 

 

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Guitar 101 Exam

Guitar 101 Exam (Warning make sure you have followed all the parts so you can answer these questions confidently

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Discover what the series is about and what you will learn in series 1 Ultimate Guitar Primer 101 Course

Getting to know what the parts of the guitar are. We look at Acoustics, Electric guitars and Acoustic Electric Guitars and get to grips with all the important parts and what they do.

Part 3: Sitting/Standing

Part 4: Left hand position

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Part 5: Holding a Plectrum

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Part 6: Right Hand Position

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Part 7: Tuning Your Guitar

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Part 1: Introduction

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Part 2: Guitar Anatomy

Part 8: Open Strings & Counting

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Part 9: Reading Chord Diagrams

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Part 10: How to Read Tab

Video Lesson Beginner Series

This lesson covers the key sitting positions for guitars. We look at the pro's and con's so you can make the best choice. We also look at standing positions with the guitar along with mant common mistakes that beginner guitarists often fall into. Correct those bad habits with this lesson!

This lesson covers the key sitting positions for guitars. We look at the pro's and con's so you can make the best choice. We also look at standing positions with the guitar along with mant common mistakes that beginner guitarists often fall into. Correct those bad habits with this lesson!

Many styles require the use of a plectrum with the exception of finger style which is covered later. Check out my easy way of holding plectrums to work with any style of music.

Got the left hand nailed? got your plectrum in place? Now its time to get your right hand in the correct position so that you are ready to start playing your new guitar!

Making sure your guitar is "in tune" can be confusing. Here i show you the "5th fret" method to get your guitar in tune with itself so that you can get straight to playing. You may also like to use an electronic tuner if you have one.

Knowing your open strings is important as it allows you to work out chords. In this lesson i give you an easy way of remembering your open strings. I'll also be asking you some questions so make sure you have your guitar to hand

Your definitive source for reading all chord diagrams. They are a great way of learning and visualising chord shapes and in this lesson you will discover how to read them and use them to improve how you learn the guitar

You will learn a lot from knowing how to read tab. Its very easy to pick up once you know how. In this lesson i will show you how to read tab, Use it to learn songs and even be able to write your own ideas in tab. This is everything you need to know to read guitar tab. Now ake the Exam!

Bonus Lesson 1: Learn Every Note On The Fretboard

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Learn how to know every note on the fretboard the easy way. No need to memorise 144 different notes on your fretboard. Just learn 3 concepts that allow you to bypass the usual slow learning process and enjoy your new found theory master class!